According to Walk SF, about three people are struck by drivers every day ion San Francisco. Here's a roundup of some notable recent collisions:

On Friday at 9:30 a.m., a man was struck a block east of the Broadway Tunnel at Broadway and Stockton Streets. According to San Francisco Police Department spokesperson Officer Grace Gatpandan, the man was transported to San Francisco General Hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.

According to Gatpandan, the driver stopped and was cooperating with the investigation.

At 5:56 on Saturday evening, a woman walking in the crosswalk at 25th and Utah Streets was struck by the driver of a pick-up truck as he made a left turn, SFPD spokesperson Officer Albie Esparza says.

The woman was transported just a few blocks away to SF General with life-threatening injuries. An update on her condition was not available at publication time.

At publication time, Esparza did not have any information on the driver of the truck, including if the driver had been cited for the collision.

Tipster Tyler Vaughn sent us the photo at the top of this report, of police and fire response to a collision between a driver and a cyclist at Fell and Shrader Streets on Sunday night.

Gatpandan has more details, confirming that the collision happened at 9:05 p.m. Sunday. Though the scene appears dire from the photo, no one was injured or complained of pain following the collision, Gatpandan says, and the cyclist even signed a waiver confirming that he didn't require medical services.